Algo-trading is defined as an automated trading system which places buy and sell orders in accordance with the guidelines of a computer program or algorithm.
The automated trading technique known as "algo-trading," also referred to as "algorithmic trading," places buy and sell orders in accordance with the guidelines of a computer program or algorithm. The algorithm may be set up to take price into account, but it may also take timing and volume into account. The algo-trading software will place a buy or sell order in accordance with the market conditions as soon as they meet the algorithm's requirements.
Using intricate formulas, mathematical models, and human monitoring, algorithmic trading makes judgments about whether to buy or sell financial instruments on an exchange. High-frequency trading technology, which allows a company to execute tens of thousands of trades per second, is frequently used by algorithmic traders. Order execution, arbitrage, and trend trading methods are just a few examples of the many instances where algorithmic trading can be applied.
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